Data Protection Policy

Our commitment to handle the information of workers, customers, stakeholders, and other interested parties with the utmost care and discretion is outlined in the Viazara Data Protection Policy.

This policy ensures that we collect, keep, and manage data in a fair, transparent, and lawful manner that respects individual rights.


This policy applies to any parties (workers, job applicants, customers, vendors, etc.) that give us any quantity of information.

Who does the data protection policy apply to?

Our employees and those of our companies must adhere to this policy. Also protected are contractors, consultants, partners, and any other external organization. In general, our policy applies to anyone with whom we work or who acts on our behalf and may occasionally require access to data.

Policy elements

As part of our operations, we must collect and handle data. This includes any offline or online data that identifies an individual, such as names, addresses, usernames and passwords, digital footprints, photos, social security numbers, financial information, etc.

Our organization collects this information openly and with the full participation and knowledge of all parties involved. Once we have access to this information, the following rules apply:

Our data will be:

Accurate and up-to-date information obtained fairly and solely for legal purposes
handled within the company’s legal and ethical limitations.
guarded against any unlawful or unauthorized access by internal or external parties.

Our data will not be:

  • Transferred to businesses, governments, or nations that do not have acceptable data protection rules when it has been sent informally, retained for longer than a designated period of time, or transferred without proper data protection regulations.
  • Released to any party other than those authorized by the owner of the data (excepting legitimate requests from law enforcement authorities).


The corporation has direct responsibilities to the individuals whose data it is processing, in addition to data management procedures.

Particularly, we must:

  • Inform individuals about how their data is gathered.
  • Inform people about how their data will be used.
  • Inform individuals about who has access to their data.
  • Include protections for data loss, corruption, or compromise.
  • Permit individuals to request that we change, delete, decrease, or update database information.


To secure personal information, we are committed to:

  • Restriction and monitoring of sensitive data access.
  • Develop transparent data collection techniques.
  • Employees must be taught about internet security and privacy.
  • Construct secure networks to safeguard internet data against cyberattacks.
  • Establish transparent reporting mechanisms for privacy breaches and data abuse.
  • Include contract conditions or describe data handling policies.
  • Establish data security procedures (document shredding, secure locks, data encryption, frequent backups, access authorization, etc.).


Our privacy policies will be posted on our website.

Disciplinary Repercussions

Every concept outlined in this policy must be rigorously adhered to. A violation of data protection policies will result in disciplinary and maybe even legal action.



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